Thursday, April 23, 2009

Former Attorney General Michael Mukasey says ...

The release of these opinions was unnecessary as a legal matter, and is unsound as a matter of policy. Its effect will be to invite the kind of institutional timidity and fear of recrimination that weakened intelligence gathering in the past, and that we came sorely to regret on Sept. 11, 2001.
Hmmm. How many plots were foiled as a result of the confessions of Abu Zubaida? Read the link to find out.

Source - Crooks and Liars

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